TOWN make their fourth visit to Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow seeking their second win there.
Leon Knight (2), Kevin Gray and Kenny Irons scored in a 4-2 League I victory under Lou Macari in March 2002.
Town’s first visit was during their 1994-95 League I promotion campaign, when they were beaten 2-1.
And their last trip was in February 2003, when it finished goalless.
Adams Park has been home to Wycombe since 1990, when they moved from their former ground Loakes Park.
Wanderers now share the ground with leading rugby union club London Wasps.
With the capacity limited to just over 10,000, the pair are looking at potential sites for a new 20,000 all-seater stadium.
Wycombe District Council have agreed to collaborate on the project and £500,000 has been set aside to move the investigatory work forward.
Steve Hayes, who owns both Wanderers and Wasps, explained: “Now we’ve secured a partnership and got a collaboration agreement in place, it will take another year to say which is the best of a number of sites.”